James M. Bauer, 58, of Shiloh, was charged with failure to control Sunday after he went off the right side of Old State Road at the intersection with Ohio 162 and hit a utility pole.
Matthew L. Nickoli, 24, of 628 S. U.S. 250, was charged with failure to yield the right-of-way Sunday in the collision with the vehicle driven by Jason Pocock, 24, of 520 Milan Ave., at the intersection of Ridge and South Norwalk roads. Pocock's two passengers, Tabatha, 23, and Gavin, 3, reported minor injuries, but weren't transported.
Amy L. Koons, 32, of Akron, was charged with turn and stop signal violations Monday in the near collision with the vehicle driven by Andrew R. Backur, 20, of Canton, on U.S. 224. Backur was passing Koons as they were heading east when Koons failed to make a safe lane change and almost hit Backur's car. He swerved to the right to avoid a collision and went off the left side of U.S. 224, hit a ditch and overturned. Willard firefighters transported Backur to Mercy Hospital of Willard with minor injuries. He currently is not listed in the hospital database.
Rebecca L. Dailey, 20, of 28 S. Ridge St., Monroeville, was arrested on a warrant Friday and charged with passing bad checks after an Ohio 547 traffic stop. She was released from the Huron County Jail later that day.
The Huron County Sheriff's Office received a 9-1-1 call Saturday about a South Main Street resident who had two unwanted intoxicated subjects at her home. Richard A. Mesenburg, 39, of 410 Walton Ave., Lot 25, Willard, and Michael A. Barber, 44, of 231 Monroe St., Monroeville, were charged with disorderly conduct and released to a sober person.
Responded to the report by the Huron County Sheriff's Office of an unruly juvenile Sunday on West Brooklyn Heights. An officer transported a 17-year -old girl to the Sandusky County Juvenile Detention Center. The girl accused a relative of domestic violence, but police learned she made the marks on her face herself.
Assisted North Central EMS with a patient at an accident with injuries at 4:40 p.m. Tuesday at the intersection of East Main Street and Rosedale Boulevard. Returned to station at 5:14.
Could not find any leaks or odors during a propane odor investigation at 9:13 p.m. Tuesday at 875 U.S. 20. Returned to station at 9:27.
A State Street resident reported someone threw a pool ball through the window of his neighbor's garage, causing glass to land on his truck Tuesday.
A West League Street resident reported the theft of his bicycle Tuesday. The boy's mother said it was the third bike stolen from their residence since they moved there.
John W. Youngless, 25, of 1546 S. U.S. 250, New London, was arrested on a warrant Tuesday when he was in Norwalk Municipal Court for a trial on driving with a suspended license. He was charged with failure to pay fines and costs. Youngless currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail.
An area resident reported Tuesday she lost her cell phone about four months ago at a Milan Avenue business.
Jeffrey J. Spencer Jr., 22, of 88 Milan Ave., was charged with disorderly conduct today in connection with verbally berating a woman today on Newton Street. He was held in the city jail until sober.
A Corwin Street resident reported damage to two screens and accused someone of throwing a rock at his car today.
An area resident reported an assault at an Ohio 18 business over the weekend.
Joseph C. Ramsey, 25, of 7 Old State Road, was arrested and charged with domestic violence in connection with an incident Sunday. He was released from the Huron County Jail after posting bond Monday.
An area motorist reported the theft of his daughter's purse from the front passenger seat of his locked car at an Ohio 18 business Monday.
Dispatchers received a 9-1-1 call about the drowning of a 16-year-old Willard boy Monday at the Holiday Lakes Lodge and Beach. The Willard Fire Department was dispatched to the scene.
An Ohio 601 resident reported a suspicious vehicle with a loud muffler was driving between Eagles Wing and the gas tanks Monday.
A Neal Zick Road, Willard, resident reported a domestic dispute Monday. The complainant who was involved later requested a deputy check on his wife's well-being who threatened to hurt herself.
Dispatchers received a 9-1-1 call requesting an ambulance for sick male patient in his tractor-trailer at a U.S. 20, Bellevue, business Monday.
A Wells Road, Collins, resident reported telephone harassment Monday.
A Peru Center Road, Monroeville, resident reported two suspects were walking around a van at a neighbor's barn Monday.
Dispatchers received a 9-1-1 call about domestic violence Tuesday on East U.S. 224, Greenwich.
Processed an East 61 juvenile as a runaway Tuesday.
An East U.S. 224, Greenwich, resident reported vehicle vandalism Tuesday.
Dispatchers called a South Ohio 103, Willard address twice but the calls were terminated after they received an earlier 9-1-1 call Tuesday.
The Monroeville Police Department reported there was a large tree limb across 1 1/2 lanes on Peru Center Road, Monroeville, on Tuesday. A deputy removed portions of the limb and a Ridgefield Township trustee arrived later to finish cleaning the debris.
A U.S. 20, Bellevue, business employee reported someone entered a vehicle in the parking lot Tuesday.
An East U.S. 20, Wakeman, resident reported having problems with the neighbor's children who accused the complainant of attempting to shoot one of the child's bicycle tires with a BB gun Tuesday.
A Neal Zick Road, Willard, boy hung up on a dispatcher twice Tuesday when she called in response to a 9-1-1 hang-up call.
A North Ridge Road, Willard, resident reported a domestic dispute Tuesday.
Dispatchers were advised of a malfunctioning alarm Tuesday on Medusa Road and a legitimate alarm activation at a Plank Road business.
Responded to a disabled vehicle Tuesday on Section Line Road, Willard.
An area resident reported a custody dispute at an Ohio 103, Willard, business Tuesday.
An area motorist reported there was a cow in the road Tuesday on Ohio 162 and Niver Road, Willard.